eGPS Suite Overview Sales & Operations Planning Demand Planning Collaborative Operations Planning Supply Chain Planning Factory Planning & Scheduling Available-to-Promise Supplier Management Event Management & Analytics Express Benchmark Analysis Adexa Value Assessment


会社概要 ソリューション サービス ニュース/イベント 取引先 パートナー お問い合わせ
TOP » ニュース/イベント » Adexa Names Takashi Hatada as Vice President of Japan Business Development

Adexa Names Takashi Hatada as Vice President of Japan Business Development

The right executive for growth in leading supply chain provider’s most dynamic region

Los Angeles, CA. (June 25, 2007) Adexa, Inc., the leading provider of integrated supply chain, demand planning and performance management solutions, announced today the appointment of Takashi Hatada to the role of Adexa Japan’s Vice President of Business Development. Mr. Hatada will manage Adexa Japan’s sales, channel development, and alliance activities.

“Adexa has a very well-known brand name in Japan when it comes to the SCM space,” said Hatada. “I am both excited and honored to be part of Adexa’s team to help its further growth in this dynamic region. Adexa state-of-the-art product line combined with most Japanese companies’ strong desire to have much faster and efficient supply chains makes this an incredible opportunity.”

Recently, Hatada was the General Manager of General Industry Systems BU for CAC Corporation, where he was responsible for closing and managing many multi-million dollar consulting projects. Hatada has also worked with a number of top technology companies such as NTT International, Baan and EXE Technologies at sales, marketing and consulting capacities.

“Adexa has a long history of serving Japan’s SCM market with clients in many industries, which includes the top 10 High-tech companies.” Said Cyrus Hadavi, Adexa’s CEO and President. “After an intensive search, it was clear to us that Mr. Hatada’s broad managerial and operational background in the technology markets makes him most qualified to grow Adexa’s market share at one of Adexa’s most important Asian markets.”

For more information contact:
Yumiko Hirano/平野 由美子